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Text Tuesday - The Eichenwald Files

Over the next number of Tuesdays I am going to reblog a number of posts that respond to the pre-Christmas Newsweek slammathon on the Bible and Christianity. 203 more words


The Importance of Literary Analysis for Biblical Hermeneutics [An Excerpt]

Robert Reymond’s A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith is an excellent work. I’ve been making my way through it slowly over the past few weeks. 654 more words


Cold Case Christianity: is Mark's gospel linked to the eyewitness Peter

I listened to a dynamite podcast on the weekend by J. Warner Wallace. I like his longer-form, less polished podcasts better than the newer, slicker 30-minute ones. 557 more words


Greek socialist party that originally caused financial meltdown wins election

Well, this is certainly going to be interesting…

Fox News reports:

Greece voted Sunday in an early general election that could alter the course of the country’s struggle with crippling debts, with a radical left party poised to win by promising to rewrite the terms of its international bailout.

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Tobias Nicklas on Ancient Christian Manuscripts

Duke Divinity School hosted the 2014 Kenneth W. Clarke lectures, delivered by Tobias Nicklas on ancient Christian manuscripts. The two lectures are available on iTunes: 190 more words


2. The Reliability of the New Testament (Textual Corruption)

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Is the New Testament reliable or is it based on dated copies and filled with errors. 129 more words


Can We Determine How Much the Bible has Changed Over Time?

You may have heard that the Bible has been translated and retranslated so many times that we can’t possibly know what the original version said. Or you may have heard that early Christians purposefully changed the Biblical text to suit their purposes. 1,146 more words

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